Search

Your search for habitat conservation matched article(s).
Showing results to .

The Direct Link: Working for Wildlife

Georgia is one of many states offering insight into hunter-conservationists’ ultimate career.

NJ Governor Reinstates Bear Hunt, Cites “Data is Clear: Our Black Bear Population Is Growing”

Supporting the science, the move ends the long tug-of-war over the state’s bear hunt.

$20K Florida Python Challenge Helps to Manage the Everglades’ Invasive Species

The annual contest aids both the ecosystem and biodiversity.

Oregon Hunters and Wildlife Managers Face Devastating Ballot Initiative on Nov. 8

For starters, it would require government permission to exercise firearm rights.

Nevada Study Says Hunters Generate Millions for State’s Rural Economies

A university study reveals hunting’s economic importance statewide.

The Gift That Keeps Giving: NRA’s Hunter Education Course Generates $173,911 for Tennessee Conservation Efforts

The state will use funds to bolster its fish and wildlife conservation efforts.

Happy Birthday, Pittman-Robertson Act: Celebrating 85 Years of American Hunter-Backed Conservation

Would the whitetail deer or turkey have survived if not for hunters’ dollars?

Voice of Leadership: Finding New Deer Hunters in Underrepresented Communities

Being all-inclusive will grow hunting as well as wildlife conservation funding.

Eating Eden to Extinction: Understanding Africa’s Bushmeat Crisis

It is yet one more factor creating public confusion over hunting’s conservation value.

On Target: Missouri Makes Archery the Official State Sport

Thanks to Gov. Mike Parson, archery is big news in the Show Me State.

House Signs Off on African Trophy Import Ban as Bill Now Moves to Senate

Hunters must not let the bill’s harmful anti-hunting language fly under the radar.

NRA, Partner Groups Oppose Import Ban of Legally Hunted African Game Animals

The ban would harm Africa’s wildlife and rural economies.

Pittman-Robertson Contributions Now Top $15 Billion for Wildlife Conservation

The firearm industry continues to do its part for conservation and then some.

Why Senate’s Consideration of $70M Bill Combatting Chronic Wasting Disease Is Vital

With CWD now in 30 states, the bill would fund disease research and management.

New Senate Bill Aims to Ban Use of Traditional Lead Ammunition on U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Lands

The bill’s true purpose is to attack American hunters and legal, regulated hunting.

Equal Access to Injustice: Animal Rights Extremists’ Misuse of the Equal Access to Justice Act

Extremist groups hijack it to force taxpayers to cover their attorney fees.

Voice of Leadership: The Evolution of Evaluating America’s Wildlife Restoration and Recruitment Efforts

Wildlife agencies succeed due to ongoing assessment of outcome-based strategies.

Conservation Groups Urge Interior Department to Appeal Federal Court’s Relisting of Gray Wolf

Science shows the recovered species needs no Endangered Species Act protections.

A Call to Action: Wildfire Crisis Strategy Roundtables Being Held through May

Striking a balance between forest restoration and habitat conservation is key.

41 Conservation Partners Urge Feds Not to Settle Extremists’ Lawsuit

Will the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service uphold hunter access to wildlife refuge lands?
1 of 12